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We have produced a Style Guide to help editors follow a standard format when editing a listing. If you are unsure how best to edit this programme please take a moment to read it.
Live coverage from the fields of Somerset of the third and final day of the world's biggest music festival, with Colin Murray and Edith Bowman. Tonight's programme includes:
7.00 New York newcomers the Bravery. and Canadian alt-rockers the Dears;
8.00 critically-acclaimed singer/ songwriter Rufus Wainwright and Shirley Manson 's grunge-pop outfit Garbage;
9.00 reformed Merseybeat combo the La's and the unique and ever-evolving Primal Scream;
10.00 Indie veteran Ian Brown and electro-house duo Basement Jaxx.
From 12 midnight there's a final look back at some of the highlights of this year's festival. Further coverage can be seen over on BBC2 from 10.30pm. See yesterday's choice. BBCi: digital viewers on all BBC TV channels can press the red button on the handset to access alternative coverage and earlier highlights from the festival. Live and recorded coverage is also available on BBC 6 Music
Re-create Glastonbury at home with Phill Jupitus : page 36


Unknown: Colin Murray
Unknown: Edith Bowman.
Songwriter: Rufus Wainwright
Songwriter: Shirley Manson
Unknown: Ian Brown
Unknown: Phill Jupitus

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